EUinAction is a collaborative project between PIs, Nikoleta Yordanova (University of Leiden), Goran Glavas (University of Mannheim), and Zachary Greene (University of Strathclyde) seeking to understand competing demands for policy integration in the European Union using apporaches derived from computer science for natural language processing of political texts and machine learning. The Strathclyde sub-project will focus on using speeches from national parliaments to understand domestic demands for political reforms at the EU level. The project will be hiring a post-doctoral researcher to start on the project in Fall 2020 and is renewable up to years.
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